• October 16Students can now purchase their parking passes for $100
  • October 16Wayland High School to offer free lunches for all students for the entire 2020-2021 school year
  • October 7WSPN to offer practice ACT test on Sat. Oct. 17
  • October 6There will be no school on Monday, Oct. 12 for Indigenous Peoples' Day
  • October 5As of Oct. 2, there are two active cases of COVID-19 in Wayland
  • October 5Freshmen guidance seminars to begin on Wed. Oct. 7
  • October 5Mayor Marty Walsh announced that Boston has reentered the red category of COVID-19 infections as of Oct. 2
  • October 5Hybrid learning scheduled to begin on Oct. 19
  • September 6Students' schedules for the 2020-21 year are now available in Home Access Center

Wayland Student Press

Wayland Field Hockey falls to Concord-Carlisle (10 photos)

On a breakaway, senior Philip Natsis dribbles the ball down the field as three Concord-Carlisle players chase him down. Natsis scored the only goal for Wayland during the game.

Emily Staiti and Lauren Medeiros

October 23, 2020

In a close game to Concord-Carlisle, Wayland was defeated in a final score of 1-2. CC was up most of the game by two goals, until senior Phillip Natsis scored on a breakaway in the last quarter.

WHS fall athletic teams stay motivated despite absence of a state tournament

The Wayland boys varsity soccer team poses after the first game of their season. This fall, the team will not be playing in a state tournament as it was cancelled due to COVID-19.

Garrett Spooner

October 22, 2020

Playing in a state tournament often exhilarates, motivates and excites WHS athletes coming into their respective seasons. This fall, there will be no state tournament to limit the spread of COVID-19. With WHS’ vast history of success in fall high school sports, the elimination of this competition sparked...

Fall II sports take advantage of extra training time

Senior football captain Matt Morris captures the team practicing at Camp Caribou last summer. With COVID-19 posing a huge threat this summer, the Wayland Warriors were not eligible to attend their annual trip to Camp Caribou and instead created their own ways to meet over the summer. “We did zooms over quarantine and a bunch of our skill position players have been getting out on the field against other opponents,'' Morris said.

Lauren Medeiros and Sammy Johnson

October 19, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, schools across the country have had delays to start their sports seasons. At Wayland High School, all fall sports are allowed to practice, but not all teams have games. Games are scheduled for Fall II sports, which include football and girls volleyball, in February 2021. Football...

Wayland girls soccer defeats Weston 3-1 on Senior Day (highlights)

On Saturday, Oct. 3, the Wayland Warriors battled the Weston Wildcats on their Senior Day. Join WSPN's Josh Schreiber to see some highlights from the game.

Josh Schreiber

October 15, 2020

On Senior Day, the Warriors cruised to a 3-1 victory against their rivals, the Weston Wildcats. With goal contributions from sophomores Delia Caulfield and Morgan Warner, as well as senior captain Ellie Tyska, the Wayland attack was too much for Weston to handle.

A sport-less season: Wayland athletes opt out of fall sports

Senior Sophia Cvrk greets her teammates after a soccer game last fall. This fall, Cvrk isn't playing due to COVID-19 concerns.

Garrett Spooner

October 12, 2020

This fall at Wayland High School, to the surprise of many, several sports are in full swing. For many WHS athletes, it is the first time in months that they can compete. Though many rejoice at the opportunity to play, a handful of athletes have decided to opt-out of the fall season due to various COVID-19...

Girls soccer triumphs over Weston 3-1 on Senior Night (18 Photos)

Senior captain Abby Gavron poses with her parents as she is celebrated for an extraordinary four years on the team.

Kaitlyn Mabe

October 9, 2020

The Wayland girls varsity soccer team defeated the Weston Wildcats 3-1, on Oct. 3. This was a particularly special game because it was senior night for the Wayland Warriors. Before the game, the seniors were honored with flowers, certificates and photos with their families. After the ceremony, t...

Warrior Weekly: Best NFL veterans on new teams

WSPN’s Dante Coppola highlights key players that have either played better or worse than expected four weeks into the NFL season.

Dante Coppola

October 9, 2020

While we are only a quarter of the way through the NFL season, there has been plenty of time for players to surprise and disappoint us. We have seen a few quarterbacks that have shocked the league, and others that have not lived up to their high expectations. These are among the biggest surprises and...

Wayland field hockey falls to Weston 1-7 (17 Photos)

Senior captain Ella L'Esperance runs the ball down the field, ready to make a play.

Kaitlyn Mabe

October 8, 2020

As the unusual season begins for a few of the fall sports, the Wayland varsity field hockey team has prepared for their games to come. With masks on, these players kick off their season by playing their first game against the Weston Wildcats. Wayland falls to Weston 1-7....

Boys soccer defeats Weston 2-0 (11 Photos)

Senior defender Eric Zhang lunges for the ball, as he tries to prevent a scoring chance for Weston. Zhang was pivotal in limiting Weston's scoring opportunities.

Kate Clifford

October 7, 2020

The Boys Varsity soccer team started off their season well, with a home game win against the Weston Wildcats on Sep. 30. The boys had a 1-0 lead in the first half and finished the game with a 2-0 win. Both teams played a great game while wearing masks and social distancing on the sidelines....

A rundown on Wayland fall sports

Junior Sean Goodfellow lines up before the snap of his freshman football game, two years ago. This year, football at any level will not be playing games, instead, they will be practicing twice a week.

Garrett Spooner, Assistant Sports Broadcast Editor

September 24, 2020

Across the country, many states are not allowing high school sports to run this fall due to COVID-19 concerns. Luckily, in Wayland and most of Massachusetts, fall sports are being played in some manner. All sports will be altered to accommodate for social distancing. Masks will be worn in any instance...

Rounding The Bases Episode 6: Baseball is back!

Rounding The Bases Episode 6: Baseball is back!

Josh Schreiber and Garrett Spooner

September 15, 2020

In the sixth installment of "Rounding the Bases," WSPN's Josh Schreiber and Garrett Spooner discuss the big storylines from the first half of the shortened 2020 MLB season. wspn · RTB E6: Baseball is back! 0:00 - Intro 1:40 - MLB Playoff Situation 9:32 - Big Storylines 13:03 - Slam Diego Padres 22:30 - Chicago White Sox 29:40 - Break 30:20 - Trade Deadline 39:10 - Outro...

Professional sports are inching closer to a return

Many professional sports leagues are set to resume play in the foreseeable future, with the NBA resuming the rest of their season at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida in July.

Jimmy Paugh

June 29, 2020

Professional sports leagues have been put on hold for the past two and a half months, but most leagues are eyeing a return within the next few months. The NBA and NHL, two leagues that have a return to play plan set-in-stone, have been working diligently to conclude this year’s seasons while also...

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